November 9th, 2017


Воруют все!

.  1) Даё-ё-ё*твоюмать ГейновасьёнЪ!

Из-за затоваренности первичного рынка столичные ОПГ ожесточённо конкурируют не только с продавцами на „вторичке“, но и друг с другом. …вынуждены предоставлять покупателям скидки на готовое жильё — в ср. до 12–15%.

2) US is one of the largest recipients of illicit financial flows from developing countries—money often smuggled out by corrupt politicians, drug dealers, or everyday criminals…



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Le Figaro: импорт СПГ в Fu*edEU™ конкуренции не выдерживает, СПГ-поГтки использовали ~25% в 2016 г. У ГазпГёмЪ преимущества — более низкая стоимость производства, большие объёмы. Поэтому «империи Газпрома» в Старом Свете ничто не угрожает.

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1) “In the U.S., retailers announced more than 3,000 store openings in the first three quarters of this year” [Bloomberg]. “But chains also said 6,800 would close. And this comes when there’s sky-high consumer confidence, unemployment is historically low and the U.S. economy keeps growing. Those are normally all ingredients for a retail boom, yet more chains are filing for bankruptcy and rated distressed than during the financial crisis. That’s caused an increase in the number of delinquent loan payments by malls and shopping centers…. The reason isn’t as simple as Inc. taking market share or twenty-somethings spending more on experiences than things. The root cause is that many of these long-standing chains are overloaded with debt—often from leveraged buyouts led by private equity firms. There are billions in borrowings on the balance sheets of troubled retailers, and sustaining that load is only going to become harder—even for healthy chains.”

2) “‘Completely Unelectable’ Progressive Larry Krasner Wins DA’s Race” [Philadelphia Magazine]. “Krasner’s victory indicates that progressives are growing more powerful in a city that has typically been more mainstream. In Philly’s 2016 primary, Hillary Clinton defeated Bernie Sanders by double digits. That’s quite different from what happened today and in this year’s primary, when Krasner rose to the top of a crowded field of Democrats with the most left-wing platform in the race. Krasner’s election could also be interpreted to mean that the city’s Fraternal Order of Police has less political clout than thought.”